President Trump declares November 'National Veterans and Militar

President Trump declares November 'National Veterans and Military Families Month'

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For the third consecutive year, President Donald Trump has declared November National Veterans and Military Families Month. 

“America’s military men and women and their families are vital to the security and prosperity of our Nation. We have a responsibility to protect and serve those who have made countless sacrifices for love of country,” the President said.

According to the White House, the proclamation was issued on Friday. 

"We also recognize that our obligation to our military men and women does not end after their time in uniform.  We are a Nation that leaves no American behind, and that includes our veterans and their family members," the President said. 

President Trump has made the announcement of Veteran and Military Families Month every year to ensure of his presidency to ensure that all who fight for America's freedom are honored for not just one day only. 

"The Soldiers, Sailors, Airmen, Marines, and Coast Guardsmen who fight to defend our liberty embody courage, patriotism, and loyalty. These patriots safeguard the values that keep our great Nation strong," the proclamation reads. "During National Veterans and Military Families Month, we honor and express our deep appreciation for these brave men and women and their families."

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